Ten Network - Programs and Schedules

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I don’t remember. But I don’t think it was near 500k

Edit: Just checked one night and it got 300k in overnights.


The Hughesy scheduling change makes sense. It has been a sluggish performer on Tuesday’s and should be more compatible with Sunday Night Takeaway. The size of the SNT audience will be critical and all the odds are against it given the competition and Ten’s difficulty launching new shows in that timeslot.


Hopefully TakeAway doesn’t run way over time though.


I wonder if 10 would be better with going with a known brand this time next year against Married:

JAN-FEB Celebrity
FEB-APRIL Dancing/Survivor/The Apprentice
APRIL-JUNE Bachelor in Paradise/The Bachelorette
JUNE-AUGUST Masterchef
SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER Come Dine With Me Australia/The Bachelor


Masked Singer would be good, I am not confident Dancing will do a good enough job for them.


This show is an updated take on a familiar genre. Should do well here in Australia if picked up. I think Seven would probably have their eyes on this show as they desperately need a show with buzz, but 10 would be great as well.


Leaving Neverland

From Friday 8 March at 9:00pm

It’s the documentary that has the whole world talking after its premiere screening at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Now, 10 and WIN Network will bring the divisive documentary to Australian television audiences when Leaving Neverland premieres on Friday, 8 March at 9.00pm and continues Saturday, 9 March at 9.30pm on 10 and WIN Network.

In this insightful two-part television event, Leaving Neverland details the story of two boys, Brisbane born Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who began their long-running relationships with hit-maker Michael Jackson at the height of his stardom.

Now in their 30s, they recount their alleged stories of how they were sexually abused by the pop icon, and how they came to terms with it years later.

Described by Michael Jackson’s estate as one-sided and sensationalist, this controversial and confronting documentary shines a light on the dark and disturbing events that allegedly took place over a number of years at Michael Jackson’s famed Neverland ranch.

For those who can’t wait, the extended and unedited version of Leaving Neverland will be fast-tracked on 10 Play and 10 All Access from Friday morning, 8 March at 10.01am.

Leaving Neverland is a HBO commissioned documentary in conjunction with British film maker Dan Reed ( The Valley, Terror In Mumbai, Three Days Of Terror: The Charlie Hedbo Attacks, The Paedophile Hunter ) and Channel 4 UK.

10 Play

I’m interested to know why all three networks are so obsessed with Michael Jackson specials. Is it to do with the 10th anniversary of his death?


TV Week suggested Bull was returning 8.30 Saturday (tomorrow). Doesn’t seem to be the case anymore.


I am surprised Ten got the rights to this documentary since it’s commissioned by HBO. Last year another HBO documentary, Elvis Presley: The Searcher, aired on SBS.
I think the 8.30pm Saturday timeslot has been given to One Born Every Minute (original UK version).


Also surprised that 10 picked this up and that they’re airing it on a Friday night at 9pm, doesn’t really show much confidence in the show which could possibly have a fair bit of interest with some promotion and decent time slot.


Why does a Friday and Saturday timeslot automatically mean no confidence in the product - they’ve invested to provide noteworthy content for these two nights, it’s great they’ve done this rather than stick to content that won’t rate.


With this ‘un-edited’ version Cynic’s release from 10 was saying will be on 10 Play, I wonder if it’s referring to classification (that the broadcast may be edited for suitability)? Or like a non-abridged version with the entire product, extras, no ads etc?


It’s set to air after a 90 minute episode of the failed Changing Rooms, on a night where their audience at that time is very scarce, with likely very little or next to no promotion and people will probably be expecting to watch Graham Norton.

Need I say any more?


Precisely where they need ratings.


This article is a good examination of one of 10’s biggest issues:


What I’ve been saying for years, 10 does it better but nobody watches.


I generally watch Ten and ABC more than 7 and 9 and have done for ages. I watched the movie Hidden Figures on 7two the other night which went for 3hrs and I reckon that’s the longest I’ve stayed tuned to a 7 channel for years.


Week commencing 3 March 2019


Sunday 3 March
11:30 am AEDT Supercars Adelaide 500
06:00 pm 10 News First (5:30 pm - 6:00 pm in other markets)
06:30 pm The Sunday Project
07:30 pm Chris & Julia’s Sunday Night Takeaway
09:00 pm Hughesy, We Have A Problem
10:00 pm NCIS Rpt

Monday 4 March
07:30 pm Dancing With The Stars Ep03
09:30 pm The Graham Norton Show Rpt
10:30 pm TBA

Tuesday 5 March
07:30 pm Ambulance Australia
08:30 pm NCIS S16 Ep14
09:30 pm NCIS: Los Angeles Rpt
10:30 pm NCIS: Los Angeles Rpt

Wednesday 6 March
07:30 pm Bondi Rescue S14 Ep03
08:00 pm Bondi Rescue Rpt
08:30 pm Law And Order: SVU S20 Ep16
09:30 pm Law And Order: SVU Rpt
10:30 pm Hawaii Five-0 Rpt

Thursday 7 March
07:30 pm Show Me The Movie! S2 Ep05
08:30 pm Gogglebox S9 Ep05
09:30 pm TBA
10:30 pm Blue Bloods Rpt

Friday 8 March
07:30 pm Changing Rooms S1 Ep07
09:00 pm Leaving Neverland - Part I

Saturday 9 March
06:00 pm David Attenborough And The Sea Dragon
07:00 pm Bondi Rescue Rpt
07:30 pm Changing Rooms S1 Ep08
08:30 pm TBA
09:30 pm Leaving Neverland - Part II
11:30 pm NCIS: New Orleans Rpt

Further market variations will be posted later.


You mean DWTS Ep3